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Black-eyed peas, grapes and other foods to eat on New Year’s Eve 2021

Some foods are just plain lucky to eat on New Year’s Eve. What associates these dishes with good fortune, exactly? That’s tough to pinpoint, but much of the answer has to do with symbolism and superstition.

It also has to do with a human tradition of eating something special, like a birthday cake, to mark the passage of time. So what will people be biting into at the top of 2020 to set them up for success? We talked to food historians Megan Elias, food writer and director of the gastronomy program at Boston University, and Linda Pelaccio, who

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas, 39, Breaks Down All Of Her Favorite Foods On Instagram

  • Priyanka Chopra Jonas, 39, revealed a laundry list of her favorite foods in a new Instagram Story.

  • She sat down with her followers for a question-and-answer session on her latest lunch break.

  • Priyanka says she always chooses savory over sweet, and adds that she loves ordering Asian dishes off of a room service menu.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas is sharing her love of food with her 71 million followers over on Instagram. The Matrix Resurrections star, 39, hosted a question-and-answer session during her lunch break while opening up about some of her favorite meals to indulge in.

Priyanka answered so many

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15 Traditional Chinese New Year Foods to Make to Ring in the Year of the Tiger

Most Americans consider the new year to start on January 1. But for many Asians and Asian-Americans, that’s not the case. Lunar New Year, most commonly associated in the U.S. with Chinese New Year, begins on February 1, 2022 (which is the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese zodiac, BTW). Also called Spring Festival in most of mainland China, Lunar New Year starts on the night of the first new moon of the lunisolar calendar, which is a bit shorter than the 365-day solar year. The 16-day festival season is celebrated with lots of Chinese New Year food

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Whole Foods unveils its top 10 product and grocery trends for 2022

A team of product experts dubbed the trends council at Whole Foods Market compiled their top 10 predictions for food trends to keep an eye out for in 2022.

The group of over 50 regional and global buyers, local foragers and culinary experts found functional beverages, yuzu products and reducetarianism to be among the top food influences. They analyzed product sourcing and consumer preferences to make their list. Check out the full breakdown of buzzworthy items expected to rise in popularity in the next year.

Ultraurban Farming

In 2013, Whole Foods opened a store in Brooklyn with a greenhouse on

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